It is a comprehensive approach based on a series of postural and breathing exercises in which we re-train, with a negative intra-abdominal pressure, the abdominal muscles, diaphragm and pelvic floor.

The main objective is to recover the functionality of the supporting muscles of internal organs thereby allowing toning the perineum and obtain many benefits:

  • Prevention of dysfunctions such as urinary incontinence or prolapse
  • Provide effective lumbopelvic protection
  • Normalization of overall muscle tone
  • Learning to recognize the activation of the pelvic floor
  • Abdominal toning belt
  • Abdominal circumference reduction
  • Esthetic and physical, functional and postural performance improvements

Fibrolysis with hooks

The fibrolysis diacutaneous is a physiotherapic technique to treat mechanic algias in the locomotor system. It is a relatively new technique, created by physiotherapists, where fiberized structures are mobilized, improving the mobility and blood and lympathic circulation and reducing or even eliminating the pain.


  • Fibrous, post-surgical scars
  • Algias in the locomotor system: epicondylitis, tendonitis, athletic pubalgia, lumbago, torticollis, etc.
  • Peripheral nerve neuralgias: occipital neuralgia, sciatica, intercostal, etc.
  • Trophic syndromes: carpal tunnel, muscular compartment síndrome, etc.

Dry needling

Dry needling is a semi-invasive technique that uses needling with acupuncture needles to treat the musculoskeletal condition known as trigger point. The needle is introduced into the trigger point trying to find its pressure and contraction so it will stop releasing acetylcholine and, as a result, stop producing pain.


  • Neck, back and low back pain
  • Muscular lesions: contractures, muscle lengthening, etc.
  • Tendinopathy, arthrosis, shoulder lesions, skull and headache


Active kinesiotherapy is also called therapeutic exercise. This concept may be more comprehensive, but both include using exercise and physical activity to improve a health problem.

Mobilization, both active and passive, is a key element in physiotherapy, with a great potential to recovery. At first it may look like a simple technique, but preceded by a good physiotherapic assessment it is very useful to improve in a specific manner after a lesion.

Therapeutic massage

Massage therapy is a kind of kinesiotherapy, not only for its healing qualities, but also for being considered a manual therapy due to the involvement of movement, both of the hands of the physiotherapist as well as the friction generated in the underlying tissues of the handled zone.

Therapeutic massages are considered massages that intend to relieve muscular contractures, pains, lack of elasticity or flexibility, being a manual therapy a stronger and more specific manner.

This set of interventions form one of the most ancient therapeutic means of the world, being the cause of effects like:

  • Welfare and general relaxation
  • Reduction of blood pressure
  • Stress and anxiety control
  • Pain relief
  • Improvement of stiffness and mobility
  • Reduction of tension headache


They contribute to great improvements treating lesions, mainly by allowing a major mobility, and not limiting it as usually. Their ability to reduce the recovery time turns them into a strongly recommended item, especially in sports and competitive fields.

These active tapes act on the lympathic and muscular system, creating a sub-dermal traction and liberation that in turn generates an important analgesic and even posture adjusting effect.

Galileo Training (Whole Body Vibration)

It is based on oscillatory motion which generates a 100% physiological movement that in turn, under professional control, can be used in rehabilitation, physiotherapy, sports medicine, gynecology, etc.

With customized training and always respecting the individual’s physiology (avoiding unnecessary corporal tensions or abnormal movements), less time is required to achieve multiple goals like:

  • Improve muscle tone and strength
  • Increase elasticity and performance
  • Increase power, agility, coordination and flexibility
  • Combat flabbiness
  • Shape the figure helping to lose weight
  • Improve blood circulation
  • Prevent osteoporosis
  • Improve body posture
  • Reduce muscular and back pain